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Spruce I transiting Discover Passage
Rocky Defender positioning log booms for longshoreman that are assembling logs into packets that will be hoisted and stacked on a cargo ship.
Nanaimo longshoreman assembling logs into packets that will be hoisted and stacked on a cargo ship. Inlet Royal and Rocky Defender positioning log booms
Falcon heading Past protection Island and into the Nanaimo Harbour
Seahorse in Ganges Harbour Candoto (YTB-377) served in a noncommissioned status in the 14th Naval District, the Mariana Islands, and the Marshall Islands during World War II. Built: 1944 Builder: Gulfport Machine And Welding, Port Arthur, Tx Gross Tonnage: 174.49 … Continue reading
Risco Brave at Fisherman’s Wharf in Comox Risco Brave rafted with Progressive (YTL 435), behind Borealis I Built: 1961, Van’s Steel Fabricators Ltd., Vancouver Hull: Steel Length: 11.80m Width: 4.02m Depth: 1.46m Gross Tonnage: 14.84 Registered Tonnage: 10.09 Engines: 2 … Continue reading
Tugs in the mist – a typical winter morning in Port Alberni for Pacific Force, Pacific Crest, and Dauntless .
The tugs Victory III and Pacific Force in Port Alberni
Harbour tug Chooch in Port Alberni
ALPULP VII in Port Alberni This little tug was built in 1978 by Alberni Engineering & Shipyard Ltd. She was originally owned by MacMillan Bloedel Ltd.